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On Thursday, May 26th from 7pm to 9pm, Litquake presents the San Francisco Launch of Peter Coyote's latest release, 'The Rainman's Third Cure: An Irregular Education.' This event takes place at Viracocha, 998 Valencia Street, San Francisco. For more information call 415-440-4177.
ON SUNDAY, MAY 31ST FROM 1PM TO 4PM, THE SAN JOSE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART WILL HOST THE OPENING RECEPTION FOR THE NEW FACADE WINDOWS EXHIBITION, FEATURING THE ARTWORK OF SOPHIA ALLISON AND LEANN LEE. THE EXHIBIT WILL RUN UNTIL OCTOBER 31ST. THIS EVENT TAKES PLACE AT 560 SOUTH FIRST STREET, SAN JOSE. FOR MORE...
On Wednesday, May 27, at 1:30pm, longtime Bay Area activists celebrate labor history & struggles through word and song. This event takes place at the North Berkeley Senior Center, 1901 Hearst, Berkeley. For details, call 510-486-8010.
On Thursday, May 28th at 6:30 pm, The City of Concord presents The 27th Annual Thursday Evening “Music and Market Series; Featuring the Concord High Jazz Band. This event takes place in Downtown Concord, at Willow Pass and Grant Streets. For more information call (925)-671-3464.
May 28 2015
Kim Thuy Seelinger, the Director of the Sexual Violence Program of the UC Human Rights Center
Kim Thuy Seelinger, the Director of the Sexual Violence Program of the UC Human Rights Center, will present “Conflict Zones and Living Rooms: Common Challenges in the Fight Against Sexual Violence”
On Friday May 29th from 5:30 to 8pm, as part of their long running Neighborhood Jazz Party, Bird & Beckett- Books & Records present a special “Fifth Friday“ edition of jazz in the bookshopwith the Dave Parker Quartet. This event will be held at 653 Chenery Street, San Francisco. For more information, call (415)-586-3733.
On Friday May 29th at 7pm and Saturday May 30 at 2pm the Berkeley Black Repertory Theatre, unveils Richard Torrence's “Lord Why Can't I Do Right?” This dramatic work captures viewers hearts with powerful performances and relevant messages of Love. This event takes place at 3201 Adeline Street in Berkeley. For more information, call (510)-652-2120
May 31 2015
On Saturday, May 30th from 3pm to 6pm, Art Esteem present's it's 17th Annual Art Exhibit, 'Reflections of Me and My World.' Art Esteem's annual exhibit offers young people opportunities to display their work to the public. This event takes place at the West Oakland Youth Center Auditorium, 3233 Market Street, Oakland. For more information...
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